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." the article caused a sensation, not just because its author, greg smith, was saying, three- and-a-half years after the financial crisis, that the bank was headed on the wrong ethical course, but also because it's so unusual to learn anything at all about the inner workings of goldman sachs. when people leave goldman, they tend to do it quietly. though the firm's gold-plated reputation took a big hit after the 2008 financial crisis, it's still regarded as the smartest, most profitable and politically well-connected firm on wall street, and the toughest place to get a job. now, on the eve of publishing a book about his experiences at goldman, greg smith is talking for the first time about what led him to leave the firm, and to do it in such a public way. >> greg smith: i literally wanted to hit the board of directors over the head, and say, "listen, i was... i was proud of goldman sachs. i worked here for a long time." >> cooper: so, an op-ed resignation. you hoped it would be a wake-up call? >> smith: i really did. because there are a lot of people who acknowledge these things internally, but
ahead, more on the welcome home for the world series champion giants. plus alex smith and the 49ers nearly flawless in monday night football, gary has the highlights and all the sports next. %blñwó with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel up this mountain, there's this huge coffee grinder. and then the coffee lands in this cup and water rushes through. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >>> all right. good evening, everybody. the 49ers break for their bye- week. arizona they thought they maybe had a shot to beat the 49ers. all these teams, brandon brandon jacobs. everybody thought alex smith was all right. seattle, arizona, maybe we had be competitive. not tonight. alex smith and michael crabtree. five catches, 72 yards and a couple scores. 17-049ers at half. alex smith didn't miss. santana moss, greatest individual move as a 49er. 47 yards. smith completed 18-19. 232 yards. three touchdowns an
jean edward smith, author of "eisenhower in war and peace," and david eisenhower and julie nixon eisenhower, authors of "going home to glory." it's about 40 minutes. >> we hope you have been enjoying this extraordinary national book festival.nj [applause]vedore >> we have involved more authore than anytime in the 12 yearstor history of this festival. we'rey thankful. your responses make the free public event possible, and one of them is the wells fargo, which has been the sponsor of this particular pavilion, history and biography. in a moment, i introduce to you michael l. golden, wells fargo's regional president for greater washington, d.c., who will introduce our closing authors today. we're privileged to have with him, of course, not only an extraordinary biographer but also the two inheritors of the legacy of the man who is not only led what is often called the greatest generation to victory in the world war ii, but also led the country to eight years of peace and prosperity, which are now becoming recognized in good part thanks to these authors we have with us today, to clos
. >> mr. smith coming have at least two minutes. [laughter] >> i do not think i will need two minutes to explain my stance on iran. we must make sure that they do not get nuclear weapons. where we are out on that, are we really sure? certain scientists say this, the cia, etc. i will take them at their word that they do not have them yet. we have to keep using all the tools we can to assure that they do not. that's not acceptable. as far as israel, on that issue, we must never had any daylight between the united states of america and israel. could the sanctions be have put on sooner? possibly. could have been more harsh? possibly. i'm in no position to second- guess that. but put them on as hard as we can and pray that cooler heads prevail. but i still have some time? >> you do. >> there are a few things that senator casey said way back, but you keep bringing up that my plan would and medicare, and social security -- end medicare and social security, they would not. if you read the plan, you would know that. you say that i endorse the ryan planet, i said that they were plans. at least
news at 5:00. stick with us. bring table games like... smith: question seven will blackjack and poker to baltimore. stephanie rawlings-blake: you're talking about 500 new jobs. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven. >>> we're covering the storm from top to bottom. >> let's go to kent island. somehow have things gone down in the past hour? >> reporter: they've gone down hill. there are about 1200 people in queen anne's without power. i got off the phone with the director of emergency services here. he says, listen, there are two shelters, kent island high school and centerville middle school. at this point it's not safe. if you're looking outside thinking i should have left ye
. outages. joel d. smith is at b-g-ees staging area at m&t bank stadium... where many of thooe extra rews are morning joel d.he worst.good - 3 when the pooer goes oott.. you can still keep up tt date on streaming ourrnewscasts to he web and o mmbile devices. download the fox45 mobile app by searching forr"wbff" n your app store. 3 ((break 1)))- ((toss tooemmly)) 3 ((toss to emily)) 3 ((toss to emily)) 3 3 3 ((traffic reporter ad libs)) map--computer---40-- liberty--shawan--map map--computer---40-- map--computer----00- liberty--shawan--map 3 33 3 ((break 2)) ,3 the wrath f hurricane sandy is continuing to pounddthe officials in the outer banks are reporting flooding nd widespread winnddamage. damage.this morning megan chiering is live from pill devil hills, north caroliia... with the latest 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ((break 3)) mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. bu
program is about to resume. about to resume. this is the al smith dinner. that's the, you know, faceless emcee at this point. it is a tradition in american politics going back to the second world war, this al smith dinner. it's a formal dinner, as you can see. it's named after the former governor of new york, al smith, who is the first american catholic to ever be a presidential nominee. al smith incidentally lost to herbert hoover in the 1928 election so al smith was not the first catholic president but he was the first catholic nominee for president. this dinner, which is a benefit for catholic charities here in new york city, has ended up becoming a really important thing in american presidential politics. honestly, the biggest reason it is really important is because of its timing. there are other dinners like this. the gridiron dinner in washington or the alfalfa dinner or the correspondence dinner. there are other dinners that are fancy politics proms, essentially. where you get a sitting president or very high-level politician showing up in tuxedos and gowns and telling jokes and
pat smith wants to know. her son, sean smith one of the americans killed in the attack in benghazi on september 11th. a month after, she watched her son's casket come off a cargo plane, a month after she says promised her answers, she says she is still waiting to hear. still waiting for answers. waiting for a call. congress held hearings today. we'll talk about that shortly, but first, my conversation with sean smith's mom, pat. i appreciate you being with us. i'm so sorry for your loss. what do you want people tonow about sean? >> so god. he was my only child. he was good at what he dand he d it. >> he loved working with computers? computers, radios. >> did he always do that? always good with computer hes? >> we'll, when he was a kid, computers weren't out yet. and then they were out and i got a computer and he started showing me how you could build a flame thrower by watching a c computer and that is how it started. >> he lived in the netherlands were you able to communicate a lot. was?you allay know wheree >> wn he told me. for example, this time he was in the hague and that is
see. it's named after the former governor of new york, al smith, who is the first american catholic to ever be a presidential nominee. al smith incidentally lost to herbert hoover in the 1928 election so al smith was not the first catholic president but he was the first catholic nominee for president. this dinner, which is a benefit for catholic charities here in new york city, has ended up becoming a really important thing in american presidential politics. honestly, the biggest reason it is really important is because of its timing. there are other dinners like this. the gridiron dinner in washington or the alfalfa dinner or the correspondence dinner. there are other dinners that are fancy politics proms, essentially. where you get a sitting president or very high-level politician showing up in tuxedos and gowns and telling jokes and sharing stages with people they otherwise would not be sharing stages with. that happens. right? there are those events in washington and elsewhere around the country. but this one that you are looking at right here is different. because this one happ
after a femmlee stuuent is sexually aasaulted at knife-point. &p joel d. smith is live at notre dame of maryland university in north baltimore studentt that might surpriss you given what's just happened. pith about thhs are shhwing - amazing alm, and confidence in the secuuity here... even after one of their classmates says she wasssexually assaulted by a man threatening her with a knife. police monday morning around 3am on thii pathway near the library sharrd with looooa universitt. investigators say tte female student she was on her way back to her dorm on notre dame's campus, when a man grabbed her, threatened her with a knife, . tten sexually assaulted herr after recovering, he woman deeided to cooe forward and report the aaleged attack, and that's when the school informed students ad staff via e-mail. this is one of the few quiie campus of 3000 students, mmstly women...haaf of whom live n campus. nd the blue light security system where with one touch, ecurity is notified of problems... is some initial shock. most r - students say ttey are nnt candice
at the al smith dinner last night. this is 40 minutes. >> thank you. i hope you all enjoy your meal. first off, i would like to say that henry kissinger is up here on the stage. [applause] he told me it is his favorite dinner. we have many distinguished guests tonight. governor andrew cuomo is here. [applause] the governor is working on some material for his 2016 announcement dinner speech. [laughter] i noticed he gets closer and closer to the podium every year. just like jaws. [laughter] charles schumer is here. [laughter] there was recently a story in the paper about him playing matchmaker among his staff. 12 marriages have resulted. chuck has stopped trying to work across the aisle. he is pushing them down the aisle. [laughter] congratulations, not for the matchmaking, but for getting the attention in one of the sections of "the new york times" that does not already cover you. [laughter] chris matthews is here. [applause] as you know, msnbc's motto is lean forward. if you leave -- lean forward when chris was talking, you will go death. -- deaf. [applause] i want to raise my glass to may
in mexico city, john carlos--alongside tommy smith--raised their fists to protest human rights injustice. it became one of the most powerful images of the 1960's. the hall of fame sprinter says he and smith formulated exactly what they wanted to do. (john carlos/human rights activist) "we looked at what artifacts we had to bring to the table, such as the gloves, the beads, the scarf, the black shirt, to bring the puma shoe to the stand, to leave our shoes off our feet...we pretty much laid it out in terms of what we were going to do and how we were going to do it." all of these items...symbols of defying oppression. the famous black glove salute is immortalized by the statues at san jose state. and on wednesday, carlos himself was inspiring students. "these are the fights that we fight for." (lexy nuno/update news reporter): "hundreds of students gathered at the statues to hear john carlos speak, and now they're lining up behind me to meet the san jose state legend." spoken word poet malcolm halcrombe was one of those students--excited to meet the legendary activist. (malcolm halcrombe/s
could take a peek at them for a minute. joseph smith, jr., the founder of the mormons, is one of the most extraordinary stories in american history- truly extraordinary. and what makes it so powerful from the point of view of, well, beliefs and believers, is mormonism- you say mormon, if you're not a mormon, just what i talked about, that level of cliches come up and people start picking here, picking there, doing that. but what you find if you look at the mormons from belief and behavior point of view is an amazing tale of extraordinary zeal that also plugs into the cultural needs of the time. now i like to think about it in terms of if you're going to have an alternative religion- and by the way, just for some background, we're talking about mormonism, starting to give you a little bit of the story, we talk about the prophet, joseph smith. he is living in upstate new york in the 1820s. he's confused because they called it the burned over district- there's so many doctrines flying around and preachers preaching and pastors preaching, and so many ways christianity is being spu
in free verse and about black smith, west african black smith. they were thought to be magicians. 1725, oh molly in the west africa. the drums -- be ware of sea birds, be ware of men that steal up the river through the great forest. and into the savannah lands. the moans and groans, hundreds, thousands stolen, we rarely speak the taken, i will this time because you have asked. come back, back, back, far edge of memory. we recall them and they are black smith, by all accounts a master craftsman, worthy of praise, honored as a powerful magician. one who could speak the old names of the mother elements, earth, fire, water, wind. they would do as bidding, think. people sing praise songs. he was a gifted black smith. he is not remembered for that. he is best remembered for being a loving father. when his beloved wife died only after a year and embraced his newborn son, i will raise you myself. the elder women with argued against it saying you'll grow up wild without a gentle hand of a mother, a gentle hand to guide him. must divide by custom, take another wife or give the baby to a mother who i
-scoring game. alex smith's 12-yard touchdown pass late in the 3rd and a couple of field goal was all it took. but another painful nice in st. louis! the cardinals roughed up the giants. gave them a 3-1 lead in the national championship league series. gary zito takes the mound -- barry zito takes the mound tomorrow. if any team can make a comeback, it's the giants! it will take a 3-game sweep to do it now. san francisco has one more game tomorrow in st. louis. if they lose, they're done. if they win, the national league championship series comes back to at&t park. >> definitely disappointed. i felt this way in the previous series. but this season has been a season when our backs are up against the wall, this is when we've come out to shine. it was great to see pablo in the 9th hit a home run. so i think we're absolutely going to have to step it up. i'm a believer! i know the city of san francisco is a believer. >>> gary will have more on sports later on. what do you think? do the giants have a chance to come back? go to our facebook fan page and join in the discussion. >>> a possible sign of
of the forecast coming up. incredible opportunity for baltimore. jim smith: question seven will bring table games like... blackjack and poker to baltimore. stephanie rawlings-blake: you're talking about 500 new jobs. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i wouldn't want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, so i shouldn't deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. i support this law because it doesn't force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and all m
, jim. what are we about to see? >> reporter: the alfred smith dinner, we are told that speech will begin at 9:05. he gets to go first. the president gets to go second. as you've noted and as we've been reported, this is typically a light-hearted affair. we have been reporting all day long that the gop nominee was in debate prep for most of the day. i should report that i did hear from a senior romney adviser that said that mitt romney also worked on this speech for this evening. it was serious business earlier today when he was working on his material for later on this ink. wolf, keep in mind, i have noticed out on the campaign trail following mitt romney, the candidate does have a sense of humor. sometimes the jokes may come across unintentionally. he does have the occasion where he does intentionally tell some jokes and shares his humor. it goes over very well. we were here on september 25th when he spoke in front of the clinton global initiative. after bill clinton introduced him, he said he was waiting for the clinton bounce in the polls after being introduced by bill clin
are waiting for mitt romney to take the stage at the annual alfred e. smith dinner. governor romney will be followed by president obama at the charity gala that has become a must for presidential candidates. don't expect a repeat of the fiery romney/obama debate confrontation this week. they prize jokes over attacks as the candidates poke fun at themselves and each other vying for votes with only 19 days to go until the election. >>> good ink, ievening. i'm wolf blitzer in for piers morgan. we are going to bring you all of the one-liners live. let's set the stage. i want to bring in gloria borger, ralph, tonya and jim acosta, our political correspondent standing outside the waldorf in new york. set the stage for us, jim. what are we about to see? >> reporter: the alfred smith dinner, we are told that speech will begin at 9:05. he gets to go first. the president gets to go second. as you've noted and as we've been reported, this is typically a light-hearted affair. we have been reporting all day long that the gop nominee was in debate prep for most of the day. i should report that i
happier than that man. geno smith. >> charles: how about the way they closed it out, going down field. running the football. they got a couple big throws from smith. especially the second and 11 throw, otherwise, buie the offensive line full back took control in the last tree minutes of the game. >> gus: west virginia out scoring texas 14-0 here in the fourth quarter. after the missed feel goal. by texas. west virginia going on an eight-play 76 yard drive, eating up 4:07 and this one shifts forward. fielded at the 26 by roberson. roberson, with running room and he will get inside mountaineer territory, with 1:12 to go, texas with two time-outs. >> charles: that was after the last touchdown geno smith ended up in front of the west virginia crowd section and celebrating with them, now skipping back to the bench. in case you had questions about west virginia and the big 12 before, i think they are being answered in a big way this evening. >> gus: ash, near side, mike davis steps out of bounds. >> charles: west virginia will take that, anything in front. that's all they care about now, wh
is stabbed in her apartment. vindalee smith is dead. her friends and family are funeral and the of her unborn child. >> [indiscernible] >> smith had four older children. entry and noorced found at the scene. investigators have questioned otherancee as well as members and friends. smith had once feuded with a who threaten to kill her. ago.was several months the trouble subsided when smith apartment.r new looking for several people attacked a 60-year-old man. attack was caught on tape. some viewers might find this a little disturbing. it happen on thursday in front of a convenience store. the gregory was asked for money theyhen he refused, punched and kicked him. suspect stole $40 from his pockets. broken boneseveral face. armstrong took to the today in texas to speak to thousands of cyclists. the writers are taking a ride by the live strong organization. -- stepped down after the agency said it had evidence armstrong duringolved with doping g clear -- career. >> it is interesting. a difficult two weeks. people ask me how i am doing. tell them, i have been better. i have also been worse. >> arm
.joel d. smith is live in towson with more on thhir efforts. 3 3 power s restored to the sewaae treattent plant in hooard county ttat spilled millioos of gallons of raw knocked down the power lines - electrical systtmmon monday... and wwthout power the pumps couldn't wwrk.as a reeult, you < "all wastewater plants have 3 two power feeds that ccme in both of those ffil at the same > driiking water in howard county is safeebecause it's a completely separate system. dilutee wwth rain water there's no need for drastic still thh county executive is calling on b-g-e to sandy's path of destruction through baltimore took a toll on some olldr buildings. buildings.takk a look at the damage to this old distillery on york road on cockeysville. the stormmcaussd a bricc wall to crumble to the roundd.. leaving gaping hole in thh side of the building. video surfaces of that crane collapse in nee york city, you see it just snappand ke a - fall... leet juss dangling in atoo a nearly completed high be new yookkssttllest residennial building.neighbors have been evacuated.ii's been but can't be fully s
incredible opportunity forvoting for qubaltimore.en is an... jim smith: question seven will bring table games like... blackjack and poker to baltimore. stephanie rawlings-blake: you're talking about 500 new jobs. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven. theebattle over same sex 3 3 &p 3 3 3 nearly one mmllion dollars of yoor taxpayer mooey... wasted. wasted.ttat'' how much a nee report shows baltimore city workerssused toofill up at gas stations that were noo city apppoved.meganngiililand is live downtown with more in good morning guys,city workers ccn uss this gas station on ... street and fiil up at a heaper price.it's one of 18- but a new report shows many workers just a
. joiningsteins in the main residence building is information management officer sean smith and four diplomatic security special agents. another agent at the nearby tactical operation center. all the agents are armed with pistols. 9:40 p.m., the amateur video apparently captures the first movement outside the compound. the mad mob of attackers break through here. the main gate, a weak point in defense of the mission. then they move on here. they understaff the militia bay racks and they storm the place, torch it. light up the embassy cars around it. then they move on. >> eyewitnesses the fighters are well armed and organized. flying the radical islamic flag. the agent in the operation center sees and monitors scoring of men pouring in the compound. >> diplomatic security agent working in tactical operation center immediately activated the imminent danger notification system. >> state department official lamb was working that night in washington. so she could follow the events in real-time. >> also alerted the quick reaction security team stationed nearby. libyan 17th brigade, embassy in tripoli
, particularly by tom smith, the republican nominee. your polling shows that race is closer -- senator casey is still holding a lead of seven points over tom smith. what is happening in that race? caller: it is a simple matter of if you spend $17 million of your own money you can get hearing from people. senator caseous a member -- casey is a member of an institution that is not very popular these days, the congress. smith has gained traction just on the strength of his message. introducing himself to voters. that could be one of the surprises on election night. host: let's take this question today is -- two ways -- what can republicans read into the polling numbers? caller: on the presidential race? i think republicans -- president obama is at 49%, still below 50%. it seems as if pennsylvania could be a little more competitive if they made a last- minute push. one of the super pac's, americans for job security, has bought about half a million dollars of time in the philadelphia market, this was as of friday. it is quite possible they will be making it least a tentative play for the state. i
is still holding onto a slight lead, seven points over republican tom smith. what has been happening in that race? caller: is a simple matter if you spend $17 million of your own money, you can get hearing from people. the senator is a member of an institution that is not really very popular these days, the congress. smith is gaining traction just on the strength of his message. and introducing himself to voters. that could be one of the surprises on election night. host: what can republicans read in these polling numbers? caller: on the presidential race? president obama is up 49%, still below 50%. it seems pennsylvania could be a little bit more competitive if they made a last-minute push. in fact, there is one of the for jobc's, americans security, they have bought a lot of time in the philadelphia market, and maybe more by now. it's quite possible because they will be making at least a tentative plan for the state. it could be within reach. this is just based on the national trend. based on news coverage of what's going on in the race generally. they have voter contact on the gro
to the cardinals. fans hope the turn around will make up for the sluggish start. >> we have christie smith live in san francisco if you are heading into the city. we begin with john henry smith live at at&t park this morning where the giants were beaten by the bull pen. good morning, john henry. >> reporter: good morning. the question is is today's game a must win? the answer is maybe. on one hand, if they lose today, they have to go on the road to st. louis this week. they will have to win two of three games to stave off elimination and force game six next sunday. when you consider this is not as bad a proposition as they faced last week in cincinnati when they had to win three games there to get to this point. you'll understand that the giants aren't necessarily overly concerned about dropping game one. >> it's best out of seven. we shown how resilient we can be. you hate to lose them at home, but it happens. >> the playoff. anything can happen. never say die mentality. it is not like one team is out of the playoffs and one is in it and they are playing to the end of the season. you have two
leading his troops into the world series. team coverage of the game is christie smith who's outside at&t park with something every giants fans needs to know about tonight's game. but we begin with john henry smith live inside the dugout. doesn't get more down to the wire than this one. >> reporter: you talked about the weather. the weather certainly seems to be clearing up out here. we were out here earlier in the day and it was quite wet and cold. but looking better for tonight's game seven. and you know what they say. when the going gets tough, the giants get going. of course, you could say that about the st. louis cardinals, too. they've got a combined 11 straight elimination game wins. for one team, that streak is going to end tonight. of course, for the other, a world series berth beckons. mr. ryan vogelsong gave them a shot, the giants, that is, of making their second world series in the last three seasons. last night with nine strikeouts, over seven innings, nine strikeouts, a career high for him. he got all the run support he needed in the second inning when marco scutaro, the
. alex smith was near perfect as the 49ers paid a visit to the desert. one drop kept him from perfection. on the not top. there is game manager, alex smith to michael crabtree. niners up 7-0. check out concentration, deflected pass and makes the grab. got both feet down, nice catch. setting up another touchdown. zooming into the end zone, niners up 17-0. smith up at the half. randy moss, vintage moss. runs 47 yards, second touchdown of the year. smith went of 18 to 19 for three touchdowns and showing up angry. as the niners crush the cardinals 24-3 and improve to 6-2. jim harbaugh was asking about the perception that smith lacked confidence at times. >> i don't think there was a question there. i think it's gobble, gobble turkey. just gobble, gobble turkey, some jive turkey gobblers. >> that is the nature of the n.f.l. it's the nature of professional sports. we only play once a week and all those days in between. >> gobble, gobble, turkey. world champion giants fans lined the streets to get a glimpse of their heroes. the team that would never give up celebrating second world series title
.com to find out where a hoveround can take you! >>> good evening, who are you calling game manager. alex smith was near perfect as the 49ers paid a visit to the desert. one drop kept him from perfection. on the not top. there is game manager, alex smith to michael crabtree. niners up 7-0. check out concentration, deflected pass and makes the grab. got both feet down, nice catch. setting up another touchdown. zooming into the end zone, niners up 17-0. smith up at the half. randy moss, vintage moss. runs 47 yards, second touchdown of the year. smith went of 18 to 19 for three touchdowns and showing up angry. as the niners crush the cardinals 24-3 and improve to 6-2. jim harbaugh was asking about the perception that smith lacked confidence at times. >> i don't think there was a question there. i think it's gobble, gobble turkey. just gobble, gobble turkey, some jive turkey gobblers. >> that is the nature of the n.f.l. it's the nature of professional sports. we only play once a week and all those days in between. >> gobble, gobble, turkey. world champion giants fans lined the streets to get a glim
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or economy. then the bombshell accusations by a banker turned whistle employeer. my interview with greg smith about why he left one of the most prestigious firms in world and the charges he makes. and cooking up the formula for success for small businesses. "wall street journal" report begins right now. >> here's a look at what's making news as we head into a new week. some encouraging news about the economy. the cross domestic product grew up 2%. the broadest overall measure. economists were expecting a growth rate of 1.8%, the number booming by increase in spending and stronger housing market. the dow falling nearly 250 points on tuesday after poor earnings news an the market was plate later in the week. big multinationals did not farewell. guidance was light. boeing and proctor and gamble beat expectations. among technology and internet company, yahoo! and facebook beat expectations -- the company introducing the ipad mini, smaller and lighter than the full size ipad and listing for $329. two big product launches from microsoft, a new operating system, windows 8, and its new tablet. it's b
. janice? sorry one second we are not quite ready yet. let's go to sandra smith commodities, they are trading them, many of them because they are far from the storm in chicago. but the storm's effects on them are very close. just a minute ago the grains closed. sandra smith is right there. sandra: this is the grain trading floor right here so a lot of operations have shut down, the trading floor here is populated and just moments ago the grain trading floor did close everything from corn to soybean futures to wheat futures did trade. we have scott here. any real impacts on the grain market? >> maybe minor liquidation. the volumes were thin because a lot of traders didn't come in today. people took cash positions off the board but really not that big. sandra: in the energy complex, refinery closures along the coast because of this storm. we saw oil prices go down and rbob gasoline prices went up. >> those things typically a a lot of times are pretty much -- imagination is your own worst enemy. we will have to see how those things really play out in the future. i don't think i
the toughest question any mom can. why is my son dead? that is what pat smith wants to know, her son, sean smith, a computer specialist who was killed. a month after she watched her son's casket come off a cargo plane, a month after she says everybody promised her answers, everyone all the way up to the president of the united states, she says she is still waiting to hear, still waiting for answers, waiting for a call. congress held hearings today. we'll talk about that. but first, my conversation with sean smith's mom, pat. pat, i appreciate you being with us, and i'm just so sorry for your loss, what do you want people to know about your son, about sean? >> well, god, he was my only child. and he was good. he was good at what he did. and he loved it. >> he loved working with computers? >> computers, radios, he was good at what he did. >> was that something he had done as a kid? i mean, did he always -- was he always good with computers? >> well, when he was a kid, computers were not out yet. and -- then, they were out, and he -- i got a computer and he started to play with them. and he s
competitive. tom smith is running a very aggressive campaign. where do you see that? >> i think senator casey made a mistake. he waited too long. he held everything in check to see if the race got tight. how many of you watch your favorite football team play prevent defense and watch the lead dissipate. it happens every time. >> i think he is still the favored to win the race, but we have a candidate, a -- and oil and gas by who will put $25 million in the race. i am told another $5 million or so coming down the stretch in addition to whatever he can raise. that is a big number in pennsylvania, and that can move numbers, and one thing that senator casey has not done purdum gilley well is define himself. and ed has made that comment -- has not done very well is define himself. and ed has made that comment. that is not a great place to be. if mitt romney can do the rope a dpoe and slide in, then there is really no one in the city of philadelphia that is going to energize turn out in the city. this could be a real sleeper on election night. >> let's move beyond pennsylvania. what would you think
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